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Hotel Palomar Chicago
Why Stay At Hotel Palomar Chicago
A warm, yet stylish boutique hotel by Kimpton in the bustling River North neighborhood of Chicago.
The Palomar's retro-vibe lobby is designed with shiny black-and-rust colored marble tiles, comfy couches and a long skinny fireplace achieving a comfortable blend of elegance with familiarity. Original art adorns the walls of public spaces and guest rooms paying homage to the area's over 100 art galleries. The 261 rooms furnished in an understated color-palette of powder blue, beige and red, are spacious by Chicago standards with modern amenities like large flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations and Wi-Fi Internet access. Carve out time to kick back at the rooftop indoor heated pool and sundeck. No need to leave for a lunchtime snack—just order poolside drinks and food from next door Sable Kitchen & Bar, where Bravo Top Chef contestant Heather Terhune cooks up farm-to-table New American cuisine. The sleekly designed space was recently named one of Chicago's best new bars due to tapas-style social plates meant for sharing and expertly handcrafted long drinks like The Red Keep (Lillet Rosé, Hendricks gin, blueberry, lemon) by mixologist Mike Ryan.
Bring your kids to the nightly wine reception, where special 'mocktails' are served for the under-21 crowd.
Bring peace to body and mind: Participate in weekly rooftop Yogalates classes offered by Barre Bee Fit. (Surcharge applies)
Arrive at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) which is approximately 18 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 30 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.505 N State St, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Heated Indoor Pool
- Sun Deck
- Fitness Center
- Fitness Classes
- In-room Spa Services
- Concierge Services
- Business Center
- High-speed Internet
- Luxury Linens
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Honor Bars
- Full-size Desks
- In-room Safes
- Bar + Lounge
- Hosted Wine Hour
- In-room Dining
- Coffee + Tea in the morning
- 2 person max occupancy
- Hotel taxes
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Why We Love Chicago
The Midwestern metropolis—America's 'second city'—is renowned for its art museums, innovative dining scene and dedication to its sports teams. Dizzying skyscrapers are offset by lush parks and peaceful lakeside pathways.
837 W. Fulton Market, Chicago.
Where to Drink: Keep your eyes peeled for the Violet Hour, a swanky speakeasy in Wicker Park. Frequently changing graffiti art graces the façade thus cleverly concealing the entrance in plain sight. Order a Hush and Wonder (Matusalem, Lime and Winter Violette Liqueur) to match the mood. Cocktails for two $30.
1520 N. Damen, Wicker Park/Bucktown.
Where to Shop: Check out Revision Home, a seller of vintage and newly imagined furniture and accessories with a novel business model: Quarterly, the owner, Katie Ernst, restocks the warehouse, opens for the weekend, then sells whatever remains online and by appointment. Find treasures like unusual case goods or artsy one-of tables and chairs.
2132 W. Fulton St.
Outdoor Excursion: Chicago has one of the country's last remaining zoos not to charge admission. Established in 1885 and encompassing 35 acres of beautifully landscaped wildlife habitats, this is a lakefront refuge from the business of city dwelling. Free admission.
2001 N. Clark St., Lincoln Park.
Why Go Now
August 17 + 18, 2013
Chicago Air & Water Show
Largest spectator event in the United States and the longest ongoing show of its kind in North America. Free Admission.
North Avenue Beach, Chicago.
August 29 - September 1, 2013
Chicago Jazz Festival
A Labor Day tradition for the past 35 years, it's the one of the city's largest lakefront music festivals.
Cultural Center, Millennium Park & Grant Park.
September 12 - 22, 2013
World Music Festival
Citywide, multi-venue, eleven-day festival, which has presented more than 600 artists and ensembles from over 80 countries since it began in 1999.